Full-time researcher (CNRS)
- HW/SW Cooperation
- PhD in Computer Science, 2015 (Université de Rennes 1)
I am a full time researcher (“Chargé de Recherche”) at TIMA, within the SLS team.
My research focuses on all aspects of high performance general purpose processors.
Previously, I was working at Microsoft Raleigh from December 2018 until August 2020 were I contributed to MSFT’s custom designs needs (notably, control system of a Quantum Computer).
Before that, I was with Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies Raleigh from January 2017 to June 2018 to work on future generation ARM microprocessors (Centriq).
My work in the QDT performance modeling group revolved — mostly — around efficient instruction delivery mechanisms.
We do not necessarily advertise all open positions but I am always happy to discuss ongoing Ph.D. openings and/or internships.
If you are interested in :
- Improving the performance of general purpose processors (microarchitecture, HW/SW cooperation, etc.)
- Reducing the attack surface of general purpose processors, and notably speculative execution
- Other computer architecture/design/simulation techniques
Then please feel free to contact me via email (or find me on LinkedIn) and let’s discuss.
Tel: +33 4 76 57 48 76